Disulphuric

Di`sul`phu´ric


a.1.(Chem.) Applied to an acid having in each molecule two atoms of sulphur in the higher state of oxidation.
Disulphuric acid
a thick oily liquid, H2S2O7, called also Nordhausen acid (from Nordhausen in the Harts, where it was originally manufactured), fuming sulphuric acid, and especially pyrosulphuric acid. See under Pyrosulphuric.
References in periodicals archive ?
The oxidation of thiolic groups of hemoglobin leads to the formation of disulphuric bindings inside subunits and between subunits of hemoglobin, which leads to the formation of intramolecular cross-binding and intermolecular bindings as well as the formation of insoluble aggregates [55].